HYDROLOGICAL MODELING OF THE IROQUOIS RIVER WATERSHED USING HSPF AND SWAT 1

@article{Singh2005HYDROLOGICALMO,
  title={HYDROLOGICAL MODELING OF THE IROQUOIS RIVER WATERSHED USING HSPF AND SWAT 1},
  author={Jaswinder Singh and H. Vernon. Knapp and Jeffrey G. Arnold and Misganaw Demissie},
  journal={JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association},
  year={2005},
  volume={41}
}
  • J. Singh, H. Knapp, M. Demissie
  • Published 1 April 2005
  • Environmental Science
  • JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association
ABSTRACT: The performance of two popular watershed scale simulation models — HSPF and SWAT — were evaluated for simulating the hydrology of the 5,568 km2 Iroquois River watershed in Illinois and Indiana. This large, tile drained agricultural watershed provides distinctly different conditions for model comparison in contrast to previous studies. Both models were calibrated for a nine‐year period (1987 through 1995) and verified using an independent 15‐year period (1972 through 1986) by comparing… 

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